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The Master of Science in Management and Human Resources of the University of Tennessee is designed to teach our students the skills needed to succeed in HR roles.
Human Resources Master Schools
• 33 credit hours • Flexible timelines • Evening classes • Professional internship • Revised curriculum • Business case competition • Job placement
Master of Science in Management and Human Resources
12 months, full time, on-campus
About $30,000 to $45,000
What is best?
• Professional internship • Revised curriculum • Business case competition • Job placement
What are the benefits?
• Participate in a SHRM business case connection • Get expert advice and support from an experienced faculty • Support in landing internships and job placement • Attend professional seminars and interact with renowned business leaders • Enroll for the program irrespective of your undergraduate degree or level of experience • Learn the program at your own pace • Earn your degree in 12 months
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The Master of Science in Management and Human Resources of the University of Tennessee features a recently revised curriculum and is designed to impart necessary skills for a successful career in Human Resources industry. Students attain the technical expertise to provide and implement legal, ethical, and practical HR solutions as well as effectively optimize human capital for a range of organizations.
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The Master of Science in Management and Human Resources of the University of Tennessee is designed to teach our students the skills needed to succeed in HR roles. While maintaining a strong core of HR content, the program’s curriculum emphasizes analytical evaluation and decision making, and leadership development. The program equips graduates with the technical expertise to provide legal, ethical, and practical HR solutions, giving them a distinct advantage to advance their careers. Students also learn to analyze issues, propose, and implement solutions, and effectively optimize human capital for a range of organizations. This degree program requires 33 credit hours learning strategic human resources integrated with core business skills and personal leadership development. It is designed to offer a flexible curriculum and timeline by offering evening courses and allowing students to complete the program at their own pace, within one, two, or three years. The program is a perfect fit for students who want to start careers in management positions in HR or any other field, irrespective of their particular undergraduate degrees or current level of experience. Graduates of this program have advanced their careers to become vice presidents of HR, directors of HR, employee relations managers, recruiting directors, benefits consultants and compensation managers. Studying this Master’s program presents a couple of benefits. First, the Haslam College of Business faculty members are available to provide expert commentary and analysis to students on a broad range of topics. Secondly, students in this program participate in a business case competition each spring for the Southeast Regional Chapters of the SHRM. And finally, the MSHRM program holds interactive sessions with several national and international companies during the university’s career fair conducted in each fall, among other benefits.
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